2017 Harlan County Scholarship Recipients - Kentucky Farm Bureau

2017 Harlan County Scholarship Recipients

 

Harlan County Farm Bureau Federation five $1500 scholarships to graduating seniors. The Farm Bureau awarded a total of $7,500 to local students.

 

Shyla Baker from Kenvir, KY.;  Dalissa Lauren Noe from Cawood, KY.;  Shelli Hacker from Bledsoe, KY.;  Mitchell W. Tolliver from Bledsoe, KY

 

Harlan County High School scholarship recipients include: Shyla Baker from Kenvir, KY.;  Dalissa Lauren Noe from Cawood, KY.;  Shelli Hacker from Bledsoe, KY.;  Mitchell W. Tolliver from Bledsoe, KY. The Harlan Independent High School scholarship recipient is Elaine Browning from Harlan, KY.

Our scholarships are just one of the benefits of being a Harlan County Farm Bureau member.

 

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